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September 24, 2014


Chinese restaurant admits to selling 'opium-laced noodles'

(Thanks to Focalpoint, John Gregg and coscolo)


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That doesn't surprise me.

New Coke? No thanks!
I'll take some of the old-fashioned stuff.

Some of my best Chinese recipes call for crushed poppy seed. Looks like I should find a substitute ingredient for the church potluck.

Murphy's Sausage Principle, updated: People who like Chinese food and respect the law should never watch either of them being made.

I once ate some Chinese food that was laced with marijuana. I was really, really hungry an hour later.

chinese are pastaFAILians - who nu ?

Oh great, first they banned using poppy seeds in the hot pot sauces and now they are banning using poppy seeds in the noodles. At least my special soy sauce hasn't been banned yet.

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